CHART's Cooking & Cocktails for a Cause
A virtual event to benefit Childhelp - September 30, November 30, 2020
It’s a FUN-raiser to help children across our nation that’s part creativity, part competition, part collaboration, and ALL the Caring of CHART. It’s finally time to show us what you’ve got in the kitchen! We are putting out the call for all you food and beverage enthusiasts, wannabe chefs, home cooks that rock, closet mixologists, and those bound to amuse. Share what you’ve got by posting a video of your mad (or sad) skills in our CHART Cooking & Cocktails for a Cause Challenge!
Links & Materials
Social Media Participant Playbook (with sample posts and images you can use)
Promo Video (40 seconds)
Childhelp Founding Video (4 minutes, 52 seconds)
Thank You to CHART Video from Childhelp Founders (1 mintue, 47 seconds)
Full-length Feature Film "For the Love of a Child" - A fact-based drama that follows the dedicated founders of Childhelp as they take on their life-long mission to help abused and neglected children.
For our 35th community service event, CHART is partnering with Childhelp, a nationwide charity that has helped abused, neglected, and at-risk children for more than 60 years (www.childhelp.org). The pandemic has put many more children at risk of abuse, and the services of Childhelp are critical during this time. Funds raised go directly to support Childhelp’s Critical Relief Fund.
Each year, Childhelp meets the needs of about 250,000 abused, neglected, and at-risk children nationwide, meeting the needs of survivors and helping kids stay safe. Just as Childhelp Residential Programs and Advocacy Programs support wounded spirits as they heal, and just as the Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline (1-800-4-A-CHILD) is there 24-hours-a-day, 7-days-a-week, you are there for boys and girls who need help. Just as Childhelp Speak Up Be Safe teaches children how to stay safe, your voice empowers communities against abuse and neglect. Just as Childhelp has stood for more than 60 years helping children, you stand with CHART to help young people for years to come.